Myths & Stories

A coppersmith’s strokes…

A coppersmith’s strokes…

On a narrow Bazaar street… in a far far valley, inhabited by a pocket full of people was a small…
A Great Love Story

A Great Love Story

While the whole world is going nuts creating and apparently solving complexities, there still are a few blessed ones, for…
Two lovers and butter tea

Two lovers and butter tea

He loved her. She right back at him. They lived in the hills amidst vast expanses of empty lands. Their…
Of Adats and water buffalos

Of Adats and water buffalos

They call themselves the ‘triumphant (through) water buffalo’. They are the Minangkabaus. The tribe inhabits the Sumatra islands. And they…
Brooms & Superstitions

Brooms & Superstitions

While superstitions surrounding our lives might be a big turn off for the present generation, probing slightly deeper may reveal…
Painted whispers of Mithila

Painted whispers of Mithila

Janakpur is the place from where Raja Janak ruled the whole Mithila kingdom centuries ago. In Sitamarhi, a historical place…
Teer~Kmaan

Teer~Kmaan

It was midsummer of 1576 at Halidghati, Bhil warriors kept a close watch on Mughal army from the hills. Mewar army under the…
Thangka ~ taken from water

Thangka ~ taken from water

Thangka paintings are not an object of decoration, nor should they be regarded as a mere portraiture of Buddhist monks.…

Silk Route

Resham (Silk) is known to mankind since 27th century B.C., the discovery of silk is credited to a Chinese Queen…
History of Ajrakh

History of Ajrakh

A king once grew so fond of his bedspread that he insisted his maids to let it stay on his…
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